Sunday, February 26, 2012


When pain is an issue, IF it is not caused by joint deterioration, deep tissue message is in order. It is famous with athletes, but seniors who have developed a problem in muscles because of favoring a leg, or overdoing some activity, can also benefit.

Me wife bought a small trampolene to try to loosen up joints and move toxins out of joints. The idea is great, but she overdid it some. The result was that old pain went away, and new leg pain in muscles developed. This message is what I am using to try to loosen up contracted muscles.

Do not go so far that pain is felt. This means starting with a very light pressure. Increase it over time at the rate the pain recedes. Keep walking. Keep your head up. Use a walking or hiding stick so you are not frightened of looking down. If you walk on the farm, like we do, beware of looking down all the time to not step in chicken manure. Have a pair of shoes you can leave at the door so you don't dread the de-manuring routine.

Walk tall, do not favor one leg, which means walk slow to minimize pain.

Here is deep tissue massage.
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Monday, February 20, 2012


agriculture,corn,cornfields,crops,farming,farms,fields,footpaths,paths,pathways,photographs,plantsHere is an article at my journal online about pharmaceutical and chemical companies and their worldwide program to engineer a holocaust far more deadly than that of Adolph Hitler.


Wednesday, February 8, 2012


According the the CDC salt causes high blood pressure, which causes heart failure.


According to one of the clinical doctors (MS) we subscribe to, a doctor who does his own research of research findings worldwide, there have been around 17,000 research projects trying to link salt intake to heart disease. One, and only one, research found a connection, and that one reported that too LITTLE salt would cause arrhythmia issues.

The body NEEDS salt, and many people with heart rate issues are really suffering from too little sodium. That is a no brainer, for electrolytes are needed for the electrical impulses to flow normally in the body. 

Here is what I would do if I had arrhythmia issues, or rapid heart rate etc. I would try adding salt, magnesium, and potassium to my supplements. If the heart issues decrease or go away, I would ignore my doctor, and learn by experiment how much I need to add.

As a matter of fact, that is exactly what I have had to do all the time. If I go to bed, and I have an antsy feeling and my heart is skipping beats, I get up, pour a glass of orange juice, add about a third of a teaspoon of both salt and sodium bicarbonate to the orange juice, and sip it over about fifteen minutes. It is only a very short time before I am feeling fine, and my heart is beating normally.

Research has shown that Americans are almost all low on salt. The extra salt in food in the market place is no real danger at all. Add some iodine supplement (Lugol's Solution) also-- about 80% of all Americans are low in iodine. Two drops a day of orally prepared iodine is about right.

All doctors still tell patients to reduce their salt, even if they are normal on sodium. It is one of those magic little nanny moments doctors seem to feel justify their existence. It is, in fact, a crock. One is tempted to believe that the medical schools, most of which hire doctors on pay or gratuity from Big Pharma, WANT you low on salt to the Big Pharma will have another customer.

If this shocks you, that is, about salt, simply to to Google and search for discussions of salt intake.